The Ventura Center for Dispute Settlement 2013 ADR Conference was a tremendous success. We want to thank our distinguished speakers and organizations:
LAURA LEE ANTHONY - Vice President and Director of Risk Management, Troop Real Estate, Inc.
SAMANTHA WATKINS and STEFFANIE MEDINA from Creative Mediation SLO, NAFCM
MAURICE J. ATTIE, BARBARA BROWN, AND MARK AMELI from SCMA
SCOTT WOOD - Loyola Law School, Center for Restorative Justice
DR. MICHELLE MOON - California State University
DOUGLAS NOLL, J.D., M.A. - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
You will find some useful information about our speakers and their organizations below. Additionally, we have included some reference materials that were provided at the conference.
Douglas E. Noll, J.D., M.A.
Brains, Biases, and Decision-Making
Doug Noll is a full time peacemaker and mediator, specializing in difficult, complex, and intractable conflicts. Learn more about Doug and see a pdf of his Powerpoint presentation, his reading list, and some other exciting bonuses available at his website:
Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) The Many Faces of Impasse
SCMA supports and contributes to each professional member's individual standing as a provider of an important, marketable service. SCMA opens its membership to supporters and users of mediation. These members become privy to developments affecting the field, especially those which impact problem solving in their fields as well as the system of justice in our culture.
The Center for Restorative Justice at Loyola Law School exists to help bring about a shift from a punitive to a restorative paradigm of justice in our society. The Center's activities include education, research, advocacy, creating communications, sponsoring community programs, building relationships and developing and disseminating effective practices.